Anichul Khan

MPPGA Teaching Faculty

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Anichul Khan is a member of the MPPGA Teaching Faculty and a Lecturer with the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia.

He was a FDPE (Finnish Doctoral Program in Economics) research fellow, one of the toughest competitive positions in Finland. He completed his PhD in Economics from the University of Helsinki in 2009. He obtained a number of scholarships during my post-graduation studies. He worked for the Bank of Finland for a while.

Besides teaching for UBC, he taught for a number of universities that include Simon Fraser University. Courses taught include Microeconomics and Macroeconomics at both introductory and intermediate levels, Money and Banking, International Economics, Development Economics, Mathematical Economics, Economics and Business Statistics 1 & 2, Econometrics, and International Macroeconomics and Finance.

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Anichul Khan

MPPGA Teaching Faculty

Anichul Khan is a member of the MPPGA Teaching Faculty and a Lecturer with the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia.

He was a FDPE (Finnish Doctoral Program in Economics) research fellow, one of the toughest competitive positions in Finland. He completed his PhD in Economics from the University of Helsinki in 2009. He obtained a number of scholarships during my post-graduation studies. He worked for the Bank of Finland for a while.

Besides teaching for UBC, he taught for a number of universities that include Simon Fraser University. Courses taught include Microeconomics and Macroeconomics at both introductory and intermediate levels, Money and Banking, International Economics, Development Economics, Mathematical Economics, Economics and Business Statistics 1 & 2, Econometrics, and International Macroeconomics and Finance.

Visit his VSE Profile

Anichul Khan

MPPGA Teaching Faculty

Anichul Khan is a member of the MPPGA Teaching Faculty and a Lecturer with the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia.

He was a FDPE (Finnish Doctoral Program in Economics) research fellow, one of the toughest competitive positions in Finland. He completed his PhD in Economics from the University of Helsinki in 2009. He obtained a number of scholarships during my post-graduation studies. He worked for the Bank of Finland for a while.

Besides teaching for UBC, he taught for a number of universities that include Simon Fraser University. Courses taught include Microeconomics and Macroeconomics at both introductory and intermediate levels, Money and Banking, International Economics, Development Economics, Mathematical Economics, Economics and Business Statistics 1 & 2, Econometrics, and International Macroeconomics and Finance.

Visit his VSE Profile